Jon Markman is editor of the independent investment newsletter The Daily Advantage.
Investors are finally beginning to understand the potential of the monster new TV ecosystem. It's not only consumers cutting the cord with cable, it's content moving toward digital channels where it can be monetized.
Business leaders are finally admitting that the latest enterprise software is going to kill tens of thousands of service jobs.
Guardant's liquid biopsy lets oncologists see all of the genomic information of a patient's tumor with a simple blood test. The alternative is a tissue biopsy which can be expensive and risky.
The next great advance in computing will be the product of software optimization.
Tech executives are not so much embracing regulatory oversight, as they are building walls to keep nimble disruptors away.
Governments and physicians around the globe struggle to deliver high quality healthcare at a reasonable price. But fresh medical technology innovators are coming, and there's one in particular worth looking at.
Amazon Echo and Google Home devices are Trojan horses that could eventually be used as a way in for the two tech giants to sell electricity.
Critics can huff and they can puff, but it has never been tougher to knock down established platforms.
Imagine a world where virtual and remote objects can be manipulated as if they were sitting on a nearby table. That is the promise of fifth generation wireless.
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